It appears that how you use water is more important than how much you use when trying to protect vines from the impact of heatwaves.
Our researchers have found yeasts that naturally occur on wine grapes may improve wines produced in warmer climates.
How do fluids such as water, gas and petroleum move in the earth?
It is a fact that in a country like Australia, dominated by the primary production of commodities such as iron ore, copper and alumina, the industrial processes that produce these for export account for around half of our energy consumption.
Imagine 10 years from today, an underground mine, where waste water is continuously pumped out to keep it dry. University of Adelaide researchers are looking into ways to build a better world, and turn this nuisance into a fuel source through hydrogen fuelled vehicles!
Conserving global biodiversity and preventing extinction is as much about digging into the past as it is about finding the new.
Sixty years of global cephalopod success provides clues to better management of marine ecology.
Technology improving species distribution modelling supports evidence-based decision making for natural resources management.